Sunday, December 11, 2005

Miggy-gate Day 4

The nuts are running the nuthouse...the question is, Are we better off? The effect of contracts in sports threatens to redefine the jurisprudence of contract law across the nation. If you don't like what you've got, just wiggle and you may be able to shake it off. Luckily, this is not the case here.

New Flash: The O's will not trade Miggy. Anyone who pays attention to the Orioles or Tejada knows this and ESPN has taken on the sensationalist tactics of CNN to attract readers/viewers. What will happen is Tejada will begin to dictate, on behalf of the entire roster, what changes need to be made in order to make Baltimore a tolerable place to play. The talks that are going on right now sound a lot like this: "What would make you happy, Mr. Tejada? A number 1 starter, of course Mr. Tejada. Stop messing around with first base and pay attention to set-up men? Yes, Mr. Tejada. Tell Mr. Angelos to stop stealing money from the fans? Whatever you say, Mr. Tejada."

Javy Lopez has jumped on the "trade me" bandwagon and he may just be the player we use to get a grade A reliever. We are going to have to find a way to BUY (gasp) a starter. Nomah can stay in Chicago (even though Mia Hamm is more than welcome to borrow my O's jersey if they do come to Baltimore). We have enough bat and not enough arms.

I just want to see this when the season starts (replacing the AL All Stars with Orioles of course):


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